Arch Of Flowers In Old Quebec City
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The early morning light on Rue du Marche Champlain in Quebec City. The street is located in the historic area of the lower town below Chateau Frontenac and part of the old port district, aka Petit Champlain. Its main street is the Rue du Petit-Champlain at the foot of Cap Diamant and is allegedly North Americas oldest street. This pedestrian-only lane swarms with restaurant goers, cafe sitters, strolling couples, and gaggles of schoolchildren in the warm months. In winter, it is a snowy wonderland, with ice statues and twinkling white lights.. At Rue du Marche Champlain there is a small pathway with steps that leads up to Rue du Petit-Champlain. The city photograph was taken on a morning that beautifully enhanced color balance of the historic buildings and floral pathway.
July 24th, 2013
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